Self-Organization, Urban Transformation, and Spatial Planning in Greater Jakarta, Indonesia

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Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengidentifikasi peran sistem perencanaan tata ruang
dalam menghadapi proses perorganisasian diri, sebagaimana dibuktikan oleh transformasi
perkotaan yang kompleks di wilayah Jakarta. Wilayah Jakarta adalah salah satu wilayah
megapolitan di Asia Tenggara yang mengalami proses transformasi yang cepat. Sangat
disayangkan bahwa sistem perencanaan tata ruang yang ada sekarang di wilayah Jakarta
belum mampu merespon transformasi kota secara non-linier. Kekurangan ini terbukti dari
ketidaksinkronan antara dokumen-dokumen perencanaan tata ruang dan perubahan tata guna
lahan perkotaan yang diperkuat dengan proses pengorganisasian diri. Perbedaan antara
situasi empiris dan dokumen-dokumen perencanaan tata ruang yang ada telah menghasilkan
ketidakcocokan antara sistem perencanaan tata ruang dengan sistem tata ruang di wilayah
Jakarta. Ketidakcocokan ini terjadi karena sistem perencanaan tata ruang saat ini tidak
mempertimbangkan ketidakpastian di masa depan. Situasi ini mengindikasikan adanya
‘fuzziness’ dalam implementasi sistem dan proses perencanaan tata ruang, sementara
transformasi perkotaan telah berkembang sedemikian kompleksnya dan membutuhkan respon
yang cepat dan tepat. Untuk dapat merespon ketidakcocokan ini, sistem perencanaan tata ruang
di wilayah Jakarta harus lebih memperhatikan sistem perkotaan yang berkembang dalam
proses yang tidak linear

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Publisher Jurnal Perencanaan Wilayah dan Kota
Index at 28 October 2016 8:09 a.m.
Source Type Journal
Source Title Jurnal Perencanaan Wilayah dan Kota 147-165 pages. Vol. 26 Number.3
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Keywords Pengorganisasian diri, transformasi perkotaan, ketidaklinieran, sistem perencanaan, Megapolitan Jakarta,


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